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mine

noun [C]
 
 
/maɪn/
UNDERGROUND B2 an underground system of holes and passages where people dig out coal or other mineralsMining and quarrying
BOMB a bomb hidden in the ground or water that explodes when it is touched: He was killed when he drove over a mine. →  See also gold mine Bombs and missiles
Translations of “mine”
in Arabic مَنْجَم, لَغْم…
in Korean 광산, 지뢰…
in Malaysian lombong, periuk api…
in French mine…
in Turkish maden, maden ocağı, mayın…
in Italian miniera, mina…
in Chinese (Traditional) 洞, 礦,礦井…
in Russian рудник, шахта, мина…
in Polish kopalnia, mina…
in Vietnamese mỏ, thủy lôi…
in Spanish mina…
in Portuguese mina…
in Thai เหมืองแร่, ระเบิด…
in German die Mine…
in Catalan mina…
in Japanese 鉱山, 地雷, 機雷…
in Indonesian tambang, ranjau…
in Chinese (Simplified) 洞, 矿,矿井…
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